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improv4humans with Matt Besser: Too Soon

Today’s episode of improv4humans with Tim Meadows, Joe Wengert, and John Gemberling is not for those who get offended easily. Join them as they use their expert improvisational skills to create scenes about maintaining a friendship with a past lover, potty mouth pets, and Edgar Allan Poe’s ghost. Will they go too far for the sake of comedy? Listen to find out! Be sure to pick up an improv4humans shirt from the Earwolf Store and follow @MattBesser on Twitter to send in your improv suggestions. Music by Bobby Matthews and Dragoon.

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Comedy Bang! Bang!: Repeat Your Keyword

It’s more Bang Bang for your buck buck on today’s special Wednesday episode of Comedy Bang Bang! Friend of the show and star of the upcoming film The Comedy, Tim Heidecker returns to tell us about the failed pilot of his popular comic strip Stitches, gives us a little insight on his upcoming film The Comedy, and talks about his opportunity to portray Paul Rodgers in the forthcoming Bad Company quadrilogy. Newcomers Arthur Steinborn & Diane stop by to share their favorite Stitches comic strips, we try to find Diane a date, and Arthur explains his system to remember anyone’s name. Jackpot.

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improv4humans Bonus Cut: Show Me Your Business Card

Joe Wengert, Danielle Schneider, and Mike Still have some unfinished business cards to attend to. So make yourself some garlic nachos and enjoy this week’s bonus episode of improv4humans!

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improv4humans: Surf Lingo

Take a vacation in a nice hotel and enjoy this week’s improv4humans! Our guests Joe Wengert, Danielle Schneider, and Mike Still will keep you company as they join Matt Besser to create scenes about the funniest rabbi at a funeral, surfers explaining their lingo, Joe’s personal BBQ ritual, knock-off movie pitches, and seducing dogs. Be sure to pick up an improv4humans shirt from the Earwolf Store and follow @MattBesser on Twitter to send in your improv suggestions. Music by Bobby Matthews and Dragoon.

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improv4humans: Live from Bridgetown

For the first ever LIVE improv4humans we’ve gathered up three of the “bad boys” of improv: Jon Glaser, Brett Gelman, and Joe Wengert. It gets tropical, biblical, sexual, and medical. So put on your favorite pair of sweats, cozy up in a coffin and enjoy!

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improv4humans - Bonus Cut: Letters from Camp

In an effort to keep the podcast tight, some scenes are left on the cutting room floor. Rather than banish them to obscurity, we’re releasing them as improv4humans bonus cuts! Today’s scene features Amanda Sitko, Joe Wengert, Andy Daly, and Matt Besser as we look back at Matt’s childhood indiscretions at summer camp. Come back on Thursday for another full episode of improv4humans!

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improv4humans: Fart Scientist

At the risk of rambling on and on like a woman, let me just say that we have a phenomenal improv4humans for you today. Joe Wengert, Amanda Sitko, and Andy Daly are the guests as we meet shitty bullies and dumbass counter culture kids. Warning: This episode MIGHT send you into a hospital rage! Be sure to pick up an improv4humans shirt from the Earwolf Store and follow @MattBesser on Twitter to send in your improv suggestions. Music by Bobby Matthews and Dragoon.

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improv4humans LIVE at Bridgetown Comedy Festival!

Friday, April 13, 2012, 9:00 pm @ Hawthorne Theatre Main

Join Matt Besser and his guests Jon Glaser, Brett Gelman, and Joe Wengert

Go to BridgetownComedy.com for more info and tickets.

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improv4humans: Broken Mother’s Back

Did you know that if you don’t listen to improv4humans, your mother will have seven years of bad luck with a black cat? Okay, so that might not be true, but you absolutely should tune in to hear Allan McLeod, Stephanie Allynne, and Joe Wengert join Matt Besser and turn into rude rock stars, avant-garde make-up artists, and carnival barkers. Plus, we get into the age old debate: What does “alt comedy” mean exactly? Be sure to pick up an improv4humans shirt from the Earwolf Store and follow @MattBesser on Twitter to send in your improv suggestions. Music by Bobby Matthews and Dragoon.